Office Manager/Administrative Assistant (Year-Round, Part-Time)

Camp Attaway, located in Columbia MD, is an award-winning non-profit that for over 28 years has provided a therapeutic summer camp for children facing complex emotional and behavioral challenges, and also provides parent education and support groups to their families. If interested, email cover letter and resume to Sue Ann Shafley, Executive Director at or call 443-518-7671 with questions. More info can be found at

The Office Manager skills and expectations:

  • Strong organizational skills, detail oriented, and ability to multi-task.
  • Flexible daytime work hours. Position starts at 20-25 hours weekly, with more hours required from time to time for a special event or mailing. Position is primarily in office in Columbia, MD, with occasional remote work opportunities available. 
  • Experience with a variety of office software (email tools, spreadsheets and databases) and administrative duties, including scheduling meetings. Familiarity with cloud-based tools, like GSuite, Gmail, GDrive, GDocs, and OneDrive preferred.
  • Familiarity with donor management systems to track donations, create reports, and acknowledgement letters. 
  • Assist the Executive Director in tasks such as event planning, presentations, and fundraisers, programming, etc.
  • Prepare written documents, including acknowledgment letters, memos, forms, reports, grant updates, and newsletters.
  • Proficiency in MS Office including (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.)
  • Manage/schedule social media posting and content.
  • Experience with Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn.
  • Website updating and management.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • Willingness to learn new computer programs and take on tasks as needed.
  • Manage correspondence with donors, grantors and families we serve.
  • Ability to collect and track multiple forms for financial aid and new employee paperwork.  
  • Familiarity with graphic design programs, such as Canva or photoshop is ideal.
  • Experience as an Office Manager or an Administrative Assistant preferred.
  • Ability to adapt to change. 
  • Team player with a positive attitude and a sense of humor.






Are you passionate about helping children with emotional and behavioral disorders? Do you have experience in special education, therapeutic recreation, or child psychology? Do you want to join a team of professionals who nurture the mind, body, and spirit of children who are missing out on fun, friendship, success, and achievement?

If you answered yes to these questions, then you might be a great fit for Camp Attaway, an award winning three-week therapeutic summer day camp for children (ages 7-13) with emotional and behavioral disorders.

About Camp Attaway

Camp Attaway’s mission to provide a safe, supportive, and fun environment for children who struggle with managing their emotions and behaviors. Our campers enjoy a variety of activities, such as swimming, sports, learning games, rock climbing, arts & crafts, nature and drama, while learning social skills, coping strategies, and self-regulation techniques. We maintain a 2:1 ratio of campers to staff at all times, ensuring individualized attention and care.

What you’ll do as a Camp Counselor

As a Camp Counselor, you will be responsible for:

· Ensuring the safety, fun, and well-being of campers

· Implementing daily camp programming and behavioral interventions

· Collecting and recording behavioral data

· Meeting daily with the Program Director and Clinical Director for planning and feedback

· Communicating with parents of campers as needed before, during, and after camp session

· Providing input to written summaries of children’s progress reports

· Completing program evaluations

What we’re looking for

We’re looking for candidates who have:

· Experience in management of behavior for children, especially those with serious emotional or behavioral disorders

· Experience in a special education or therapeutic setting

· Experience working in multi-disciplinary teams

· Experience in programming daily activities for children’s groups

· A bachelor’s degree or advanced courses in special education, child psychology, therapeutic recreation, or equivalent (preferred)

· Camp experience (preferred)

What we offer

We offer a competitive salary commensurate with training and experience, as well as:

· A rewarding and meaningful work experience

· A supportive and collaborative work environment

· A chance to make a positive difference in the lives of children and families

· A comprehensive training program, with CPR, first aid, and QBS (SafetyCare) certification provided

· A fun and friendly atmosphere

Dates of employment:
Staff Training: June 21st-June 27th
Children’s Camp Program: June 28th – July 19th (no camp on July 4th), (all training and camp days Monday through Friday)
Staff Wrap-up Day: July 22nd

Times: Staff hours 8am-4pm; Children’s hours 9am-3pm

To apply, email your CV or resume to Noah Weintraub. Psy.D., Clinical Director, at

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